Folklorist. Born– Luxembourg. Married– George Katz. Children– Three. Education– Northwestern University, B.A.; University of Alabama, M.A., 1962, Ph.D., 1978. Lived in Germany and England, then in New York, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Michigan, and Illinois before settling in Selma, Ala. Taught at the University of Alabama and Shelton State Community College. Member, American Folklore Society; National Council for the Traditional Arts; Tannehill Experimental Learning Advisory Board. Coordinator; “Folklorama ’75,” a multimedia exhibit of Alabama folklore and folk art.
Folklore for the Time of Your Life.
Folklore for the Time of Your Life. Birmingham, Ala.; Oxmoor House, 1978.
Editor_ and_ Compiler;
The Kentuck Sampler. Northport, Ala.; Chamber of Commerce, 1975.